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GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Steve Hocker , scholar and activist studying TG representations on Television, & Naomi Barbee , African American transactivist and writer, on issues facing transpersons of color. [name removed by request] , activist and writer, on intersexuality and her own mis-treatment by the psychohormonal research unit at Johns Hopkins in the '70s. Program Details: GenderTalk #250 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for Monday, October 29th, 2001 * Postal Workers Go to Court to Force Closure of NYC Post Office * A Look at the World's Largest Anthrax Dump and Open Air Testing Site for Biological Weapons * A West African Perspective On Terrorism and the US Attacks On Afghanistan * Bush Signs Legislation Vastly Expanding Federal Powers to Wiretap, Eavesdrop, Detain Anddeport * "Divided We Stand: A Biography of New York's World Trade Center" * As the World Discusses Power-Sharing...
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Democracy Now!
by Amy Goodman
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Headlines for September 9, 2003 Protest Planned Against Ashcrofts NYC Visit as Part of Nationwide Tour to Defend Patriot Act Jailed African American Webmaster Sherman Austin Moved Into Isolation After Receiving White Supremacist Death Threats Conscientious Objector Sentenced to Six Months in Jail Guarding the Oil Underworld in Iraq U.S. Hires Private Security Firm in Iraq; WTO Protesters Head to Cancun Supreme Court Appears Split On Overturning New Campaign Finance Law download ogg vorbis audio...
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television Broadcast
Community Video
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Are we all obsessed with money? Is it all about designer jeans and emulating celebrities? Can Americans see beyond their massive consumption? Do they care and should they? Chat the Planet talks about the last three decades to launch some serious accusations of self-interest and apathy at a group of American and South African youth. They explore the role of volunteerism, civic engagement, civil rights, their experiences of Apartheid, and their frustration with the establishment.
Topics: youth, Activism, Regional: South Africa
Listen Up! Youth Media Network
by John C.Williams
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A word of hate or term of endearment? Like many young African American teens, Jermaine used the word every day. Then, in the summer of 2003, he traveled down south and met people for whom nigger will never be just another word.
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Topics: Racism, Tolerance, African American History
Children's Library
by Baba Wague Diakite
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Donso, a West African hunterman, learns the importance of living in harmony with nature and the necessity of placing humans among, not above, all other living things. You can also read a copy of 'The Hunterman and the Crocodile' by going to the International Children's Digital Library , a joint project of the Internet Archive and University Of Maryland.
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Democracy Now!
by Democracy Now
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Nelson Mandela Is Condemning Bush'S Plans To Invade Iraq; South African President Thabo Mbeki Announces Baghdad And Un Inspectors Have Accepted South Africa'S Offer To Help Iraq Disarm "It Won't Be Long Before The Majority Of American People Become Our Allies": Award-Winning Author Arundhati Roy Condemns Bush's Plans To Invade Iraq "Deflowering Ecuador: The Bloom Is Off The Rose In Cayambe Valley, Homeland Of Your Valentine Bouquet"
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio broadcast
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Laetitia Kore , West African singer, poet and actress, on how her art rescued her from homelessness Fedelia Cross from the Pine Ridge Reservation, on Leonard Peltier and a new school to teach Lakota language and culture Program Details: GenderTalk #279 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally broadcast on WMBR-FM
GenderTalk
by Nancy Nangeroni
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Pamela Madison , founder and director of the Santa Barbara Women's Sexuality Center, on better sex through spirituality Kate Bornstein & Barbara Carellas on their East African experience and their new work in progress on relationships Program Details: GenderTalk #301 (more program information, timings and links) GenderTalk Archive Listings: Topic Index Programs by Date
Source: Originally co-produced at KUNM-FM, broadcast on WMBR-FM
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for Wednesday, January 16th, 2002 * A Nigerian Woman Is Sentenced to Death By Stoning for Adultery * The Voices of Conscience: Civil Rights and African Liberation Activists Who Opposed "The Good War", Part II * Money and Connections Bought Enron Power. Now, As the Company Unravels in Scandal, Can Theybuy It Innocence As Well?
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for June 11, 2004 * Reagan and the Homeless Epidemic in America * Reagan, Class and Organized Labor: "One Of The Most Damaging Presidents In American History" * Allied with Apartheid: Reagan Supported Racist South African Gvt * Reagan and Race: "He Maintained A System Of Rich And Poor, A System Of Black And White"
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Prelinger Archives
by Andover Productions
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Documentary showing the civil rights movement in 1959 and 1960: sit-ins, marches, boycotts and rallies in Montgomery, Ala., Brooklyn, N.Y., and Washington, D.C. Directed by Madeline Anderson.
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Topics: African Americans, Social issues, Racism
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for Friday, March 1st, 2002 * As President Bush Finishes a Whirlwind Series of Meetings with Three African Leaders, We Speak with a South African Activist and Scholar About "Global Apartheid" * The Colombian Government Declares a War Zone in a Large Part of Southern Columbia and Expands Military Special Powers After the Revolutionary Armed Force of Colombia Kidnap Members of Congress * Overturned: As a Federal Appeals Court Overturns the Conviction of Three Officers...
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for September 6, 2005 * New Orleans Locals Rescue Their Neighbors in Absence of Government Response * Bush Nominates Roberts to Replace Rehnquist as Chief Justice * African American Residents Tell Tales of Survival, Blast Racially-Skewed Government Response * Missing in New Orleans: Voices of Those Seeking Loved Ones
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Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for Thursday, February 21st, 2002 * An African American History Month Special: W.E.B. Dubois: Scholarship and Propaganda, Themakings of a Race Man * On the Anniversary of Malcolm X's Assassination, We Hear Some of the Last Words of the Greatleader * An African American History Month Special: A Look at "The Wind Done Gone," a Parody of "Gone With the Wind" Told From a Slave's Perspective
Topic: Democracy Now
Source: Radio/Television broadcast
Listen Up! Youth Media Network
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Cultural Empowerment was a film created from a magazine style student African Newspaper, "Africa's Sun". The same Hatian youth that produced the film, created the newspaper.
Topics: youth, culture, media literacy
Prelinger Archives
by University of California at Los Angeles, Extension Media Center
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Presents the experiences of a teenage African American, who relates his views of the System, war, revolution, the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Black Panther Party and the police. The importance of the discussion is the necessity of being one's own self. Director: Richard Wells. Editor: Andrew Stein. Photographer: Robert Grant. Sound: Wendell Handy. Assistant Camera: Clifford Stewart. Production Manager: Edward Kutner. Assistant Production Manager: Gene Kopp. Executive Producer: George...
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Topics: African Americans, Psychology, Los Angeles
Prelinger Archives
by Pathe News (?)
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How the New Deal benefits African Americans.
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Topics: New Deal: WPA, African Americans
Community Video
by Free of Karma Zone inc.
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This video is about the Vissarion community (Dreamland) in Siberia. It describes the happy life of the african believers in the Heavenly Abode (the heart of the Dreamland). This is the fragment of film of the Koshi 'The News of the Dreamland' about the Vissarion community.
Topics: Vissarion, Siberia, Dreamland
Million Book Project
by Fortes, Meyer; Evans-Pritchard, E. E. (Edward Evan), 1902-1973; International Institute of African Languages and Cultures
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Topics: Primitive societies, Tribes, Indigenous peoples -- Africa